Over $1500 in cash and prizes will be awarded at each keno tournament throughout the year. Receive a surprise gift plus a $10 food voucher to use in any of our restaurants with each tournament buy-in. The tournament entry fee is $40 per player.
See Keno Room for complete tournament rules.
KENO Game The game is played using eighty (80) balls, numbered one (1) through eighty (80), which are held in a large bowl. A blower mounted underneath the bowl mixes the balls and sends them, one at a time, into a tube. A total of twenty (20) balls are forced into this tube, known as “Rabbit Ears” because of its distinctive design. As the numbered balls are selected the corresponding numbers are lit on KENO display boards located throughout the Casino. The number of matches that have been made determines the payoff.
Quick-Pick KENO If you’re not happy with your own numbers you can have the computer pick some for you. Fill out a ticket with the price of the ticket and the number of spots and write “QP” in the number field. The computer selects the numbers.
Way Tickets Way tickets are the favorite of most experienced KENO players. They offer you the ability to play several tickets on once.
How to Play Play the Multiplier every time you play KENO. You could increase your KENO winnings up to 5 times the original amount. After each ball draw, the Multiplier wheel will spin and land on 2x, 3x, 4x, or 5x. If you play the Multiplier, your wager price is doubled, but your prize gets multiplied by the multiplier number drawn. For example, if you win $10 on KENO and the multiplier for that game is 5, then you will collect a total of $50.
1. The Multiplier does not apply to any progressive payouts. 2. All normal KENO rules apply to Multiplier wagers. 3. As with all KENO wagers, Multiplier winnings are subject to aggregate payout limits. 4. Multiplier wagers must be exactly equal to the wager on your KENO ticket.
History of KENO KENO is an exciting game that was first introduced in China by Cheung Leung about 200 B.C. This lottery was used to refinance his failing army. Results of the “draws”, tickets at one time were delivered by pigeons, and the game took the name of “Pak Kop Piu” or “white Pigeon Tickets.” The game was also used to help fund the building of the “Great Wall”.
Chinese who immigrated to the United States to work on railroads of the “Old West” brought the “Chinese Lottery” with them. By changing the 120- character tickets to a more Americanized 80- numbered ticket, American gambling halls brought the game KENO into the modern age. KENO players now have options of 1 to 15-spot Straight tickets, Way tickets or our 20-spot tickets. They can play from 1-100 games on a single ticket and place their wages with KENO “runners” or “writers”.
Pull Tabs is now located on the left at the south gaming floor entrance.
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